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More things are wrought by prayer 

Than this world dreams of. Wherefore, let thy voice 

Rise like a fountain for me night and day. 

For what better are men than sheep or goats 

That nourish a blind life within the brain, 

If, knowing God, they lift not hands of prayer 

Both for themselves and those who call them friend? 

For so the whole round earth is every way 

Bound by gold chains about the feet of God. 

Tennyson 
The only chains wherewith men should be bound 
Are golden-forged and locked with love. 




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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



ADMINISTRATION 8 
FACULTY and STAFF 16 
STUDENTBODY ORGANIZATIONS 32 

SENIORS 44 

UNDERCLASSMEN 62 

ACTIVITIES 100 

ATHLETICS 126 

CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS 146 

INDEX 158 

On behalf of the Na Hoa Pono staff, we would like to acknowledge 
the following firms: Star Bulletin, the yearbook printer; S. K. 
Smith Co., for the covers; George-Dean Studio for the class 
pictures and Manny Carvalho for printer's assistance. Also 
we would like to acknowledge the faculty and student assistants 
who did not have their pictures taken with the Na Hoa Pono staff: 
Barbara Miller, Ralph Barney, Mike Williams, and John Topolinski. 
Thanks go to our first editor, Mary Charlotte Tong for her working 
organization and our second editor, Noel McGrevy for the selection 
of the cover. We would also like to acknowledge suppliers Hawaii 
Camera and Alice Pack. 



NA HOA PONO 






19 6 4 

CHURCH COLLEGE of HAWAII 



KATHRYN S. LEE -- EDITOR 
RALPH D. BARNEY - ADVISOR 





With respect and 
affection we dedicate 
the 1964 Na Hoa 
Pono to our teacher 
and bishop, Wayne 
L. Allison. 




The teacher. 



The bishop. 



To you men who, in your turn, have come together 
to spend and be spent in the endless crusade against 
wrong; to you who face the future resolute and 
confident; to you who strive in a spirit of brotherhood 
for the betterment of our nation; to you who gird 
yourselves for this great new fight in the neverending 
warfare for the good of mankind, I say in closing . . . 
We stand at Armageddon and we battle for the Lord. 

Roosevelt 




"STRIVE IN A SPIRIT 



HUGH B. BROWN 

1st Counseler 



OF 



BROTHERHOOD..." 



NATHAN TANNER 
2nd COUNSELER 



The First Presidency of 
the Church of Jesus Christ 
of Latter Day Saints is David 
0„ McKay. He is the ninth 
president of the LDS Church 
and is a latter day prophet. 
Through his guidance the 
Church College of Hawaii was 
begun eight years ago. Nathan 
L. Tanner and Hugh B. Brown 
are his counselors. Without 
the help of great men like 
these, the 'Spirit of Brother- 
hood' would only be a mean- 
ing-less name. 



DAVID 0. McKAY 



President Of The Church Of Jesus Christ 
Of Latter-day Saints 



THE PACIFIC BOARD OF EDUCATION 



Back row: 

DR. DAVID RIRIE, Consultant 
LAWRENCE McKAY 
D'MONTE COOMBS 
DR. KENNETH FARRER 



The Pacific Board of Educa- 
tion inspected CCH for the 
purpose of determining the 
scholastic standards as com- 
pared to that of other colleges. 
Church College was given an- 
other four-year rating, which 
means that CCH is fully 
accredited with the Pacific 
Board of Educators. Pre- 
sident Mendenhall has been 
seen periodically around cam- 
pus, taking an interest in 
activities and its welfare. 




Front row: DR. OWEN j. COOK WENDELL B. MENDENHALL 



Executive Secretary 



Chairman 



EDWARD L. CLISSOLD 
Vice Chairman 




PRESIDENT RICHARD T. WOOTTON 



"FACE THE FUTURE RESOLUTE 
AND CONFIDENT..." 



In the world's greatest sermon, Jesus delivered on the Mount, we 
are advised to go a second mile if someone requires us to go one 
mile. Student activities such as this yearbook are, I believe, a 
second mile. Such activities are not required for a degree. They 
are an accomplishment beyond the ordinary run of class work. 
Those who have produced this book, have provided their fellow 
students with a treasure chest of aloha memories. 



For students, faculty, and my office I thank the editors, advisor, 
and skilled workers who produced this book and congratulate them 
on its general excellence. 

Each of the College's nine years has had its distinctive accom- 
plishments: 1955-56, much pioneering, the first Na Hoa Pono; 
1956-57, intensive work by labor missionaries building the new 
campus; 1957-58, the first influx of South Pacific and Mainland 
students; 1958-59, completion of a new campus, dedication, and 
getting organized on it; 1959-60, doubling of enrollment, accreditation 
as a junior college, beginning of the four-year program; 1960-61, 
new dormitories under construction, accreditation by the Western 
College Association as a four-year institution; 1961-62, growth of 
47%, dedication of new dormitories; 1962-63, the largest number of 
and general education studies in applied thinking; and 1963-64, 
dedication of the Polynesian Cultural Center and extended accredita- 
tion by the Western College Association. 

To us and to you the greatest thing during recent years is that you 
were here. Next year our aim is to serve you and more of your 
friends by bringing the College of capacity operation, surpassing the 
1,000 mark. An attractive yearbook such as this will help us reach 
the goal. Mahalo and aloha pumehana. 



"ENDLESS CRUSADE AGAINST WRONG..." 




Members of the President's Advisory Committee 
are President George W, Poulsen Jr., President Max 
W„ Moody, President George Q. Cannon, Chairman, Pres- 
ident Howard B„ Stone, 




Dean Olson and President Wooton 



GIRD YOURSELVES FOR THIS GREAT NEW FIGHT...'' 




Our deans have truly been our 
guides. Kay Anderson, our Dean of 
Instruction, and Ralph Olson, our 
Dean of Students, have assisted us 
throughout the school year. Their 
fine guidance has made possible an 
academically successful year. Our 
honor roll club has climbed in mem- 
bership, and we have again been ap- 
proved by the Accreditation team this 
year. Our heart-felt thanks to our 
deans . . . our guides. 




RALPH D. OLSON 
Dean of Students 



KAY J. ANDERSEN 
Dean of Instruction 



"FOR THE BETTERMENT OF OUR NATION...' 




JOSEPH R. SPURRIER 
Registrar 




FRANK CONDIE 
Treasurer 



Without the help of these men 
- - - our 'stays' - - - we could 
not have had a year quite as pro- 
ficient as this year has been. These 

men are the foundation of Brotherhood, for the effort and help they gave to us was 
the basis for our successful school year. Our deepest gratitude goes out to our 
Administration - - - thanks for making the 'Spirit of Brotherhood* more than just 
a name. 




KENNETH T. SLACK 
Librarian 



We are they who will not take 
From palace, priest, or code 
A meaner Law than "Brotherhood" 
A lower Lord than God- 



Arnold 




JOSEPH SMITH 

Business and Technology 
Division Head 



Division Heads 



EPHI GEORGI 

rts and Science Division Head 
odern Language, Religion 




BILLIE HOLLINGSHEAD 

Education Division Head 
Psychology, Hebrew, Religion 




CLYDE WESTWOOD 

College Certificate Division Head 
Business, Religion 




WYLIE SWAPP 

Art Department Head 
Humanities 




He didn't say we had to put it back 
together, but that's what the book 
says. Ok, who has the heart? 



Biological Sciences 



RUSSELL ANDERSON 

Biological Sciences Department Head 




Art 



ORTHO FAIRBANKS 

Art 



WAYNE CLARKE 

Biological Sciences 



DEAN VEST 

Biological Sciences 





JOHN STEVENS 



Business 



KEITH OAKES 

(not pictured) 

Secondary Education, Psychology 



Education 



ROBERT LAIRD 

Elementary Education, Religion 



ROBERT MELVILLE 

Secondary Education, Psychology 





GENEVA WINTERROSE 

Secondary Education, Psychology 





RALPH BARNEY 

Journalism, Public Relations 
Religion 





LYNN CHRISTIE 

English 



English 



ROSS ESPLIN 

English and Journalism 
Department Head 



MARGARET HEYWOOD 

English 



and 




Journalism 




rch College students taking English 
. foreign language attend class in the 
;uage lab. 






ISHMAEL STAGNER 

English, Religion 



BARBARA MILLER 

English, Journalism 



MYRON MclNTYRE 

Fnglish 



GORDON THOMAS 

English 





MAC MADSEN 

Physical Education, Health 



Health 




and 




JULIA CARVER 

Health and Physical Education 
Department Head 



Physical 

Education 




LUCILLE HYER 

Physical Education, Health 



KENT STAHELI 

Physical Education 



LOIS SWAPP 

Physical Education, Health 





Homeliving 



WYNN BARRETT 

listory 



History 
and 



JOSEPH DIXON 

History 




BARBARA CHRISTENSEN 

Home Economics 
Department Head 



Social 
Science 



JERRY LOVELAND 

History and Social Sciences 
Department Head 




WllFORD SMITH 

Sociology, Religion 




FAE MILLERBERi 

Home Economics, Religion 




Linda Godfrey (left) and Bonnie Williams 
prepare a meal in the Home Living lab. 



Industrial Arts 



JERRY GROYER 

Industrial Arts 



ROBERT BLAINE HENRY LINDSEY 

Industrial Arts, Religion Industrial Arts, Religion 





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ILBERT HAGGEN RICHARD COBURN RONALD GLENN 

[id us trial Arts Department Head Mathematics Department Head Mathematics 




KENDALL HYDE 

Mathematics 




lbert Haggen, Industrial Arts Department Head 
es fingers rather than finger lift to tote machine 



Mathematics 



Modern Languages 



WAYNE ALLISON 

Modern Language Department Head 




Physical Science 




EUGENE STODDARD 

Music Department Head 
Religion 




Religion 

Speech and 
Dramatic Arts 



VfRNON TYLER 

Religion 



LYNN McKINLAY 

Speech, Religion 




i GARFIELD 

lseling Department Head 



JAYNE GARSIDE 

Counselor 



HELEN MEYERS 

Counselor 




RICHARD WAITE 

Speech and Dramatic Arts 
Department Head 



Counseling 




STERLING PROVOST 

Speech, Religion 




SPECIAL INSTRUCTORS 
(not pictured) 

Allan Barcarse - Japanese 
Florence Iwami - Business 
Katsuhiro Kajiyama - Japanese 
Clinton Kanahele - Hawaiian 
Valerie Meyers - Art 
Lawrence Rast - Religion 
Perry White - Religion 




Special Instructors 



LELAND HEYWOOD KAPUA SPROAT 

Health Physical Education 



DAVID WALCH 

Librarian 



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) right) Ryohei Watanabe, Elec- 
; George Sieb, Custodian; Kay 



to rignt; Kyonei watanaDt 
n; George Sieb, Custodii 

Rnnerinrenrtem of Buildi 

hel Dana, JC ^ 
t of Buildings and 



Superintend enr of Buildings and 
Ethel Dana, Secre- 



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(Left to right) F.velyn Vest, Nurse; Kimball Young, Bookstore- 
Manager; Rena Makaiau, Switchboard Operator; Allison Baxter, 
General Secretary. Lower Right: (left to right) Agnes ^ 
Haiku, Cashier; Dorothy Suafilo, Clerk; Mildred Goo, Sec-ljlj 
retary to the Treasurer. 



Staff and Maintenance 



(not pictured) 

Arnold Boe - Maintenance 

Janice Rogers - Secretary to the Librarian 

Ross Sorenson - Grounds Custodian 

Leola Stevens - Secretary to the Counselors 



Dean of Students 
Mary I 'ere 



Dean of Instruction 
Eileen Gull 






Dormitory Parents 



(not pictured) 

Men's Dorm I - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mocksing 

Women's Dorm II - Mrs. Erma Blackham 




Women's Dorm I - Mrs. Isabella Stokoe 



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Men's Dorm II - Mr. and Mrs. Shinobu Nishikawa 



Women's Dorm III - Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parker 



Men's Dorm III - Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ah Quin 





Let us no more be true to boasted race or clan, 
But to our highest dream, the brotherhood of man. 



Clark 






Dorothea Dee Dee Tai 
Vice President Assembly 



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Roger Gull 
President 



Nora Lee Stevens 
Secretary 



Naomi Okawa 
Treasurer 




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Lokelani Lindsey 
Vice President Social 






HONOR COUNCIL 







Aiono Fakalata Maile Aina 



Eni Hunkin 
Chief Justice 



Ray Sasaki 





Hank Ohumukini 






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/ 
Lakalaka Malohifoo'u Paul Sybrowski 



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REPRESENTATIVE ASSEMBLY 

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Row one 

WAREN TRUEBLOOD, KATH1 REEVE, DEE DEI I Ai, \1ILDR I D TERUYA, PAM NIELSEN ,NORA STEVENS, ALFRED NOBRIGA 

Row two 

JAMES SMITH. LOKELAN1 LINDSEY, ALVINLIU, VIOLET AI, MOANA MAE RICHARDS, LOUISE MAUI, JOHN WHEELER . 



INTRA 



CLUB 



COUNCIL 




standing mike willams. allenloo. norman pule, mel aki 

sitting lokelani lindsey, moana mae richards dee dee tai 



A W S 





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Daphie CiMMiigs A II r A " yn HanSe " 

President 



A M S 



Historia 




6 Rodiey Johnson J«k Wl " * el Aki 

Vice Preside.! Pr « jd " t Secretflry 





ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE 






Dee Dee Tai 
Chairman 



Nancy Kaauwai Nani Ann Akana 





Mike Ellis 






Helen Kaneakua 







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Wainani Mahi 



James Smith 




SOCIAL 




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Lokelaii Liidsey 

Chairmen 



COMMITTEE 




Stan Natividad 



Sione Keni 



Awards Committee 




BACK ROW: Roger Gull, Ralph Barney, 
Sterling Provost. FRONT ROW: Dee 
Dee Tai, Dean of Students Ralph Olsen, 
Lokelani Lindsey, Richard Waite. 



Poster Committee 



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If you should ever want to put 
a poster up, see your man Mike 
Williams. 



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( E A L A K A ' I STAFF 



Kin Lo 

Alfred Nobrigo 
Mike Rodriques 
Frances Tomita 



if? Alaka'i 

Published every other Thursday 
during the school year by the Stu- 
dent Body Association. Staffed by 
students of the Church College of 
Hawaii, Lale, Oahu. Subscription, 
$3.00 per school year. Member of 
the Associated Collegiate Press. 




Vatau Galeai 
Composition 



Bethel McKinnon 
Composition 



Barbara Pack 
News Editor 



Tom Tyler 
Writer 



N A 



HOA PONO STAFF 



John Beck 


Dan McGregor 


Wilson K. Ho 


Karen Nielsen 


Gay Jepson 


Kathi Reeve 


Tom Keck 


Fran Tomita 




Geri Ulanday 
Layout 



The crest and crowning of all good, 



Life's final star is Brotherhood. 



Markham 






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MARTIN HOWARD 
President 



JOHN BECK 
Vice Presideit 



WILLIAM FRUEAN 
Secretary /Treasurer 





MOANA MAE RICHARDS 
Representative 



VIOLET Al 
Representative 




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AH QUIN , JOSEPH 
laie, Oahu 



Music 
Hui Alii 





Is it true? Does Moana Mae Richards 
really have slaves and maids-in-waiting? 



Al, VIOLET 
Hilt, Hawaii 

Elem. Ed. 
NEA 



AMARU, KAY 
New Zealand 
Biology 
PEMM 




ANGEL, ED 
Hoolehua, Molokai 
Phy. Ed. 
PEMM; NEA 



BECK, JOHN 
St. Louis, Missouri 
Speech (Dramatics! 
Sigma Tau Sigma 






Helen Kaneakua's talents were enhanced 
by bribes of chicken for the Miss Na Hoa 
Pono judges. 



ARAKAKI, CHARLOTTE 

Wahiawa, Oahu 

Elem.Ed. 

Masako Kai; NEA 



CHANDLER, JANE 
Honolulu, Oahu 
Elem. Ed. 
Hui Alii 







ELI, IRWIN 
Honolulu, Oahu 
Bio. Sci. 

Sigma Tau Sigma 
IK 



FORSYTHE, GUSTAYE 

Oahu 

Education 



GREG, JOSEPHINE 

Maui 

Education 




GULL, ROGER 
Laie, Oahu 
Secondary Ed. 
Sigma Tau Sigma; 
Samoana 




HEMALOTO, YILIAMI 
Fahefa, Tonga 
Secondary Ed. 




HOLOKAI, LUANA 
Honolulu, Oahu 
Accounting 
Raiders, Hui Alii 



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ING, BETTY ANN 

Oahu 

Business 



JOHNSON, KAY 
New Zealand 
Physical Ed. 
PEMM 






"Some Enchanted Evening" with Joe Ah 
Quin. 



JOHNSON, JOHN 

New Zealand 

Bio. Sci. 

Sigma Tau Sigma; IK 



KALAMA, FRANK 
Laie, Oahu 
Accounting 





KANEAKUA, HELEN 
Eleele, Kauai 
Elem. Ed. 
Servettes; Hui Alii 



KUALAAU, HAUNANI 

Oahu 

Education 





Marseilles Nepe is caught in the act of 
doing away with the Sophomore pictures. 



KIIE.AU pearl 
Kauai 
Education 
Hui Alii 



KUOHA, HELEN 
Kailua, Oahu 
Business 
Spanish 







LATU, JOHN 
Tongatapu, Tonga 
Math. 
Tongan 



LUKE, KINGSLEY 
Kailua, Oahu 
Education 



MALOHIFO OU, LAKALAKA 
Neiafu, Vavau, Tonga 
Elem. Ed. 
Tongan 





HOWARD, MARTIN 
Honolulu, Oahu 
Assoc. Sci. 




NAKASONE. RAY 
Wahiawa, Oahu 
Technology 
Nichi-Bun Kai 




NALUAI, BONNIE 
Laie , Oahu 
Education 



NGATUVAI, MOLI 
Vavau, Tonga 
Soc. Sci. 
Tongan 






Irwin Eli in the traveling assembly takes 
his audience as far as Mexico. 



NEPE, MARSEILLES 
Rotorua, New Zealand 
Physical Ed. 
PEMM 



OKIMURA, HAROLD 
Waialua, Oahu 
Elem. Ed. 
NEA 






RICHARDS, 


MOANA MAE 




SUVA, KUUIPO 


Wailuku, Maui 




Hana, Maui 


Speech & Dramatics 
Theatra 




Business Ed. 






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Don Webb's 5 o'clock 
itself at lunchtime. 


shadow manifests 




SHELDON, RICHARD 




TALAKAI, SOANA 


Kapaa, Kauai 




Tonga 


Arts & Sci. 




Education 


Hui Alii 
















VON DEM KAMP, MARY 
Haleiwa, Oahu 
Home Economics 
Home Ec. Club 



YAMADA, RODNEY 

Oahu 

Education 




SHIBUYA, CAROL 
Kaneohe, Oahu 
Elem. Ed. 
NEA; Sigma Tau Sigma 




OHUMUKINI, SANDRA 
Kaneohe, Oahu 
Elem. Ed. 
Servettes; Hui Alii 




YAMAMOTO CAROLYN 
Honolulu, Oahu 
Education 





MIGUEL, JOSEFINA 

Oahu 

Education 




WHITFORD, KAY 
Oahi 

Education 



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There is a destiny which makes us brothers; 
None goes his way alone. 



Markham 




M E N 



Front Row: (left to right) Pamela Nielson, John Wheeler, Kathleen Reeve. 
Second Row: (left to right) Doug Owen, James Smith, Mike Rodrigues, 
Miss Barbara Miller, Advisor. 



The officers of the Freshmen Class for 
the 1963-64 school year were: President, 
John Wheeler; Vice-president, Mike Rodri- 
gues; Secretary-Treasurer, Doug Owen; 
Representatives, Pamela Nielson, Kathleen 
Reeve and James Smith. 

Highlighting the Freshmen activities was 
the Orientation Beach Party at Kakela before 
first semester began. Singing, playing and 
refreshments were enjoyed by those who 
attended. 

With the Intercollegiate Knights in charge 
of the initiation of the Freshmen, all Fresh- 
men were required to help clean the Block 
•"C" (hill with the letter "C" in the back 
of the dormitories). Those who did not 
show up had lipstick smeared on their faces 
by the upper class men. 

On December 14, the Freshmen class 
went on a touring bus excursion around 
Oahu. The class visited many places that 
are tourist and kamaaina attractions including 
Makapu (a surfing spot), Sandy Beach, Blow 
Hole, Hanauma Bay, Hawaii Kai, Waikiki, 
Ala Moana Shopping Center and the Honolulu 
Zoo. At Wahiawa the group tasted fresh, 
juicy pineapple from the pineapple stand. 
Miss Barbara Miller, class advisor, accom- 
panied the group. 

The International Ball on March 20, 1964 
revealed who were Mr. and Miss Freshmen. 
The Freshmen Class picked Tui Hunkin of 
Laie, Oahu as Miss Freshmen and Jim Hol- 
strum as Mr. Freshmen. 




ADAMS, SANDRA AFUALO, PENINA 

Wailuku, Maui American Samoa 




AKIYAMA, IRENE ALALAMUA. MOETOTO 

Hilo, Hawaii American Samoa 



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ATONO, AUKUSO ATUAIA, VAILAAU 

Western Samoa Apia, Samoa 




ALUSA, SAMUELA NAFE 
Tonga 



AVEI, FOIAFOLAGA 
Western Samoa 





BOURLIN, PETER 
Honolulu, Oahu 





CHING, DRENA 
Kahului, Maui 



CHING, GEORGE CHRISTIAN, WAYNE 

Honolulu, Oahu Anahola, Kauai 




BEGONIA, PATRICIA BENIONI, PATOA 

California Cook Island 




CHRISTENSEN, MANYA CHUN, ERIC 

Reno, Nevada Honolulu, Oahu 




CHUNG, DIANA CLONTS, ROBERT 

Wahiawa, Oahu Haleiwo, Oahu 



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DELA CRUZ, PAULETTE DEVEREAUX, NEIL 
Honolulu, Oahu Laie, Oahu 




ELLIS, MIKE ENLOW, TERRY 

Honolulu, Oahu Guam 



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COLBY, CAROLYN 


CRAIG, DIANA 


Kailua, Oahu 


Burbank, Calif 



DEVEREAUX, PAUL DIETRICH, ROBERT 

Laie, Oahu Kaneohe, Oahu 





ENOS, DWAYNE FAAPOULI. TORISE 

Honolulu, Oahu American Samoa 




CROOKS, GLEN DAVIS, SANDRA 

Fort Madison, Iowa Wailuku, Maui 



V X} X %£ si 




DUMAGUIN JAMES EDWARDS, BOB 

Kono Hawaii Oxnard Calif. 



FAIN, PRISCIllA FAKAIATA AIONA 

Wailuku. Maui Tonga 

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FANNIN, BONNIE FATAFEHI WILLSON 

Burbonk Colif. Fiji 




FRIETAS, HARRY FUGAl.GAIL 

Naolehu, Hawaii Pleasant Groove, Utah 




GITUN, ROBERT 
Honolulu, Oahu 



GODFREY, LYNDA 
Preston , Idoho 




FERNANDEZ, LORRAINE FIGUFIRA, LAWRENCE 
Honolulu, Oahu Kailua, Oahu 




FURUTO,DAVID FUYUMURO, KAREN 

Kahuku.Oahu Aiea, Oahu 




GOO, WANDA GOYA, ELAINE 

Anahola, Kauai Waimanalo, Oahu 




FIGUERRES, LEOLA FISHER, CYNTHIA 

Lahaina, Maui Wahiowo, Oahu 




GENZER, JIM GIBSON,PETE 

Portland, Oregon Waialua, Oahu 




GUNN, HAROLD HAITSUKA, CALVIN 

Northridge, Calif. Kaneohe, Oahu 




HALECK, WILLIAM HALLSTROM, JAMES 
American Samoa Honolulu, Oahu 




HIRATA, RONALD HOLLINGSWORTH, SALLY 
Honolulu, Oahu Auburn, Calif. 





HARDY, JOAN HARKER, ZOE ANN 

Honolulu, Oahu Raymond, Alberta, Canada 




IELI, TIVA IMAMOTO, JERRY 

Fiji Lahaina, Maui 



JACKSON, LINDA 
Pingue, Idaho 



JEPSEN, LEE 
Carmkhael, Calif. 




HEIRAKUJI, CHARLES HEW, ARLETTE 

Hawi, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu 




JONES, PAMELA 
la Mesa, Calif. 



JONES. RANDALL 
Kailea Oahe 




STUS, CHARLENE KAANEHE, ODETTA 

kane, Washington Honolulu, Oahu 





KAIUHIOKALANI, NORMAN KAM, WILLIAM 
Kaneohe, Oohu Koneohe, Oahu 




KANEMOTO, MARY ANN KAU, DIANE 

Aiea, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu 




AKEALANI, SHIRLEY KEALAMAKIA, THOMAS 
Kono, Hawaii Kona, Hawoii 



KEKUAWA, PAULETTE KELSEY, DAVE 

Honolulu, Oahu Inglewood, Calif. 




KAMANA, AGNES KANAHELE, THOMAS 

Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu 




KAUPU, ROBERT KAWAAUHAU, LINDA 

Hilo, Howoii Naalehu, Hawaii 





KIAHA, HANSEN KIAHA, HENRY 

Nonakuli, Oohu Nonokuli, Oahu 



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KINIKINI,DAN KOENIG, ROY 

Tonga Haleiwa, Oahu 



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LAGADON, LUCIA LAMB,THOMAS 

Ookala, Hawaii Sacramento, Calif. 




LEE, JOHN 
Wahiawa, Oahu 




KOMATSU, FERN KONGAIKA, KAKAIA 

Honolulu, Oahu Tonga 




LEE, WANDA 

Honolulu, Oahu 




KRETCHMER, ANDREA KUALAAU, EZRA 

Burbank, Calif. Honolulu, Oahu 




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LAWRENCE, PAMELA LEAVITT, CAROLYN 
Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu Oahu 




LEIATEUA, TALA 
Loie, Oahu 



LESLIE EUGENE 
Kona Hawaii 




LIKES, JANA LIUFAU, ALUFI HUNKIA 

It lake City, Utah Honolulu, Oohu 




LOMU, BENJAMIN IOUGHMILLER, DANIEL 
Tonga Honolulu, Oahu 







TAELE. TUPOUNIUA MATSUOKA, 3EORGE 
Tonga Honolulu, Oahu 



MAY, BRUCE MANULELEWA.SAIE 

American Forks, Utah American Samoa 




MacARTHUR, SUSAN MANKI CAROL ANN 
Kailua, Oahu Wahiawa, Oahu 




IAUIGOA, NIFO 


McGregor, 


DANIEL 


Mc KINLAY, HEATHER 


MAESHIRO, LYDIA 


MALAN, MIKE 


MANURO, PETALA 


Western Samoa 


Honolulu 


, Oahu 


Laie Oahu 


Waialua, Oahu 


Laie, Oahu 


American Samoa 




MILES, RON 
Ewa Beach, Oahu 




MILLS, NORENE MOHETAU, DAVID 

Show Low, Arizona Tonga 



MOO, TEHINA M UNANUI JEKEHU 

Tahiti Papeete, Tahiti 




MUROTA,MELVIN NAMAUU,RUTH 

Hilo, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu 





NIELSEN PAMELA NIKO, WINNIE 

Monroe, Utah American Samoa 



NISHIDA, LLOYD NISHIYAMA, MELVIN 

Hilo, Hawaii Honolulu, Oohu 




MURAMOTO, MARSHA MURONAGA, RONALD 
Lihue, Kauai Kaneohe Oahu 




NIDAY, GILBERT NIELSON, KAREN 

Kailua. Hawaii South loguno Calif 




NIUTUPUIVAHA TIKI NORTH GARY 

Tonga Koncohf Oonv 




HUMUKINI MAURICE OKAZAKI SHIRLEY 
Kaneohe Oohu Paauhau, Hawaii 







ASCUAL JOSEPHINE PAUGA, AO 

onokaa, Hawaii Western Samoa 



PAXTON, ROGER POAI, JAMES 

Santa Rosa, Calif. Hauula, Oahu 




SHIN, MYUNG PAC K, BARBARA 

Korea l a j e , Oahu 




AHULU LILIANE 


PALMER, LOUISE 


PALMER, MARY LYNN 


PANOKE, ABRAHAM 


PARKER, WAYNE 


PARSONS, THELMA 


Tonga 


Tahiti 


Honolulu Oahu 


Nanakulu, Oahu 


Kaneohe, Oahu 


Martinez, Calif. 




POTTER. SANDRA PULE, LYMAN 

Kailua, Oahu Kohala, Hawaii 




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SALANOA, SAILINA SCHUTT, BARBARA 
Samoa Ewa Beach, Oahu 



rvn 







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SCOTT, KAROLAINA SEQUEIRA, LEVAN 

Laie, Oahu Lahaina, Maui 




SHIMIZU, GARY SMITH, JAMES 

Honolulu, Oahu Ewa Beach, Oahu 



SNYDER, RICHARD SPANGLER TRISHA 

China Lake, Calif. Laie, Oahu 




ROLL, LYNNE ROUBICEK DANIELA 

Honolulu, Oahu Midvale, Utah 




SETHMAN, GAILE SHARP, RONNIE 

Honolulu, Oahu Preston, Idaho 



STANLEY, PAUL STEPHENSON DE ANN 

Kailuo Oahu Kailuo Oahu 




EVEN, CLIFFORD STODDARD, RICHARD 

irtlond Oregon Cormichoel, Calif. 






SYBROWSKI. PAUL TUITAVUKI, ANN 

Salt Lake City, Utah Tonga 




AHASHI, DENNIS 
Pu hi. Kauai 



TAKAKI, JANICE 
Kapaa, Kauai 



TAM, ALAN TAM. NELLANNETTE 

Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu 



TEROOATEAJHERESE TOIA, JOSEPH 

Tahiti Western Samoa 




TOKI, SOLOMAN 
Tonga 




TOMITA, FRANCES 
Papaikou, Hawaii 




TONGA, HOATATAU TOPOLINSKI, JOHN 

Tonga Honolulu, Oahu 




TOUTAIOLEPO, IKAVUKA TUFUGA, TUIFAO 
Tonga American Samoa 





VAMANRAV, PETER VENU, WILLIAM 

Tonga Western Samoa 




WHITE, PERRY 
Guanada Hills, Calif. 



WIGHT, HARRY WILLIAMS, BONNIE 

Tonga Aiea, Oahu 




ULANDAY, LORAINE ULUAVE, PITA 

Kekaha, Kauai Tonga 




WARDELL, MARGRET WHEELER. JOHN 

Garden Grove, Calif. Mesa, Arizona 




WILSON, GEORGE 
Mesa Arizona 



WOLF DEBORAH 
Princeton Illinois 




IFGRAMM, KOIOTI WOLFGRAMM, MAKELETA 
Tonga Tonga 




WONG, WEI KIAO MARIE 
Papeete, Tahiti 



'AMASHITA ANN YANCEY. CAROL 

Waiulou, Oahu Aieo, Oahu 





WONG CHONG, AUDRREY YAMASAKI, NORMAN 
Kau, Hawaii Wailuku, Maui 



YOO, SOONEI 
Korea 




YOSHIDA, MAE 
Whitmore, Oahu 




DUNG, CHARIENE 
Honolulu, Oahu 



SOPHOMORES 





Due to lack of interest, no one could be found to run for any sophomore class 'offices'; therefore, 
the second year students were deprived of leaders to initiate and organize activities. 





H SING, LEILA ALDRIDGE, CAROL ALLISON, RONALD ARAKAKI.VERNELLE 

lahalai, Man Kailua, Oahu Woodland Hills, Calif. Wahiawa, Oahu 



BAKER, ANTOINETTE BARRETT, RAEDENE 
Wahiawa, Oahu logaa, Utah 





BASKER, RICHARD BECHERT, JULIANNA BLACK, FRED BROWER, CHARLES BROWN, MARY AGNES 

Honolulu, Oahu Wailuku, Moui Poison, Montana Poison, Montana Honolulu, Oahu 



CAIILAO, NESTER 
Sunset Beach, Oahu 





LRDON. PEGGY CHAGAMI, ARLENE 
I Paso, Teias Honolulu, Oahu 



CHANG, DAPHNE CHANG, ERIC 

Honolulu, Cahu Aiea, Oahu 



CHANG, JUNE CHAPMAN, ROSANNE 

Laie, Oabi Los Angeles, California 




CHUN, KAREN CLEVER, NANCY 

Wahiawa, Oahu San Diego, California 




COBURN, LINDA COOK, ZINA COOMBS, MARGARET CRAIG, LINDA 

Laie, Oahu Kaneohe, Oahu El Verio, California Scottsdale, Arizoia 




DAVIE, MARILLYN DAYES, BERYL 

Brisbane, Australia New York 



DODO, LARRY DRAAYER, LINDA FONUA, PAUL 

Hilo, Hawaii Clearfield, Utah Tonga 



FEUZ, ERICA GOO, LINDA 

Troy, Michigan Hilo, Hawaii 




HANSEN, JOEL HOWARD, MAMO HOWELL, MARRIELLEN HURRELL, JOHN 

Sparks, Nevada Aiea,Oahu Lanikai, Oakn Tonga 




IMAZU, JUDITH INGRAM. IRVIN 

Wailnke, Man Redding, Celif. 




ESSOP, DOUGLAS JOHNS, RICK 

Honolulu Oahu two Beach Oahu 




LEE, CURRIE LEE, KATHRYN 

Honolulu. Oahu Honolulu, Oahu 





JONES, CHRISTINE KAJIYAMA, KATSUHIRO KALA, ELSIE 
Ogden, Utah Hiroshima, Japan Kealakekua, Hawaii 



JOP 




MALAN. KANDI MARCOS, JOSEPH MATTHES, RUDY 

Laie, Oahu Waionae, Oahu Laie, Oahu 




KUOHA, CHERLYN KUMAR, SHISHIR 

Honolulu, Oahu *•"' W 




LIBERTY, KAREN LINCOLN, ALBERTA 
Wahiawa, Oahu Kailaa, Oahu 




LO, KINBOURNE LUM, STANLEY 

Honolulu, Oohu Kohalo, Hawaii 



McGEE, RENEE MECHAM, BRENDA 

Holbrook, Arizona Salt Lake City, Utah 




ARAKAKI, MAY MIYASHIRO, CHESTER 
Waimea, Kauai Kaneohe, Oahu 




PACK, DONNA REDD, MERLENE 

Van Nuy$, Calif. Moitecello, Utah 




TOMA, RIKUA ROTHEY, LON 

Naha, Okinawa Ogden, Utah 




MOO, OPURA MUCHMORE. ANN OKOUCHI. DAVID 

Papeete, Tahiti Kailua,Oahu Waialua, Oahu 




SEIJI, JUDY SCOTT, JAMES SHEPARD, THOMAS 

Aiea, Oahu Ewa, Oahu Ewa, Oahe 




OKAWA, NAOMI PARKER, FRED 

Houula. Oahu Honolulu, Oahu 



W& 






RICE,EVERETT RICHARDS, MAILE 

Ewa, Oahu Wailuku, Maui 




SIKA, SIONE SING, RONALD 

Tonga Honolulu, Oahu 




SMITH. EMERY SMITH. KENNETH STEVENS, NORA LEE STROZEWSKI, SUE 

Lai., Oaht Costro Valley, Calif. Hilo, Hawaii Salem, Utah 




TAI, DOREEN TAMURA, THELMA 

Pearl City, Oahu Hoiolili, Oaha 




The students spent many a happ) hOUJ waiting for their delic 




TAPUSOA, IUSE 

Loii, Oahu 





TRUEBIOOD, MARTHA V ASC ON CELL OS. SUE 
Pleasant Hill, Calif. Ho.oluli Oaha 




WAAGEK, JERRY WAYMAN. MARY 

Bountiful. Utah Honolulu, Oahu 




WESTWOOD, RUSSELL WHITE, BURL WHITING. GLENNA WILLIAMS, EDWARD 
West Jordan, Utah Anahola, Kauai Flagsaff, Arizona Honolulu, Oahu 




CCH students as seen by one who has been up all night studying for exams. 




WONG, CLAIRE WONG, RANDOLPH YAFUSO, AKIRA YAO, JOHN 

Honolulu, Oahu KaMohe, Oahe Naha. Okinawa Papeete, Tahiti 




JUNIORS 





DAYIES,YERN 



LIU, ALYIN 



The junior class officers for 1964 were Alvin Liu, president; Vernon Davies, vice president; Victoria 
Kealohi, secretary-treasurer and Mildred Teruya, representative. Although no planned activities 
were held first semester, a hike to Block "C," and a movie and dinner in Honolulu provided activities 
for members of the junior class during second semester. 



AFUALO. SONE AINA, MAILE 

America Samoa San Franisco, Calif. 





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CHIKAZAWA, DENNIS CLOUTIER, BOB 

Pahoa, Hawaii Kaneohe, Oahu 




DELANY , MAXEEN GALEAI. VATAU 

Pearl City, Oahu Laie Oahu 




AKAMINE, AMY AMASIO, SISI AMONA. ROSELYN 

Honolulu, Oahu Tonga Kailua, Oahu 




GOWANS, MARGARET GUERRERO, MARVIN HANSEN, ROBERT 
Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Tonga 




ANDRUS, LISA BROWN, ROY 

Pasadena, Calif. Idaho Falls, Idaho 




COCKETT, MIKE CUIZON, CARMEN 

Lihue, Kauai Honapepe, Kauai 





JDDY, DAVID ITO, JANE 

iorl City, Oahu Lahaina Maui 



PS 

POO IAVERNE KUBO MIKE 

HILO Hawaii Papaahoa, Hawaii 





JARMAN, ROSEMARY JEPSON, GAY JONES. JANICE 

Laie Oahu Auckland, New Zealand Glendale. Calif. 




LUM, RAYMOND MAEDA ANNETTE MANU, NESA 

Waimanalo. Oahu Halavla, Hawaii Western Samoa 




KAILI DAVID KEALOHI, VICTORIA 

Tonga laie, Oahu 




LEE, JAMES LEONG, SIDNEY 

Honolulu, Oahu Hilo, Hawaii 




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MANUIA, LILY 
Hilo, Hawaii 



MATEAKI, SALA 
Tonga 




MATHENY, MELODIE MIZUTA. ROBIN 

Torrance, Calif. Honolulu, Oahu 




NAMAHOE. MASON NAKATA, KATHERINE 
Hilo, Hawaii Koloa, Kauai 




*xm *~» <V» 

MAUSIA, ETIKA MC6REVY, NOEL MCGREVY, WAYNE 

Tonga New Zealand New Zealand 





OHUMUKINI. HENRY ORR, RUTH PEARCE CAROLYN 

Kamuela, Hawaii Alberta, Canada Kailua, Oahu 




OATES, LYNN OCHS, DARWIN 

New Zealand San Diego. Calif. 



MATSUDA, ALLEN PACK, ALICE 

Kaneohe, Oahu Laie, Oahu 



NATIVIDAD, STAN Nil) JOHN 

Kailuo. Oahu Tonga 

PERE. HARATA PAUL JENNI 

Hastings New Zealand Tasmania Aus 




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rTMAN. KAY POUAHU GEORGE 

>alinao. Calif. Howi Hawaii 




BACKA PHYLIS SALEA IOSEFA 

ilo Alto. Calif. Western Samoa 




STANLEY, MIKE 
San Carlos, Calif. 




PULE. NORMAN ROBERTS, CHRISTINE SADLER, KATIE 
Kohala. Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu New Zealand 




The day the students tried their hand at cooking dinner. 




SAHIM, DAVID SAKUMA, DENNIS 

Fiji Islands Wahiawa, Oahu 




SANFT, MATANGI SASAKI, RAYMOND 

Tonqa Honolululu, Oahu 




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SUAFILO, PAUL TAI, DOROTHEA 

Laie, Oahu Pearl City, Oahu 




TERUYA, BARBARA TERUYA. MILDRED 
Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu 






WHITFORD, NEVADA WILLIAMS, MIKE WILSON, JOAN 
Kaneohe, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu 




URE, PAT VANNATTA, ANNA 

Alberta, Canada Kaneohe. Oahu 



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WINN. JACK WOODBURY MAYONE 

Kailua, Oahu North Ogden Utah 



LATE 



COMERS 




This section is devoted to 
all those late-coming students-- 
those who came to CCH as sec- 
ond semester students and also 
to those first semester people who 
managed not to have their photos 
taken until second semester. We 
also dedicate this section to the 
late-comers to the cafeteria, to 
the dorms, to classes, to Sunday 
School, to Church and to anywhere 
else one manages to arrive late. 




ALLRED, KRIS BARCLAY, BARBARA 

New Mexico Honolulu, Oohu 




CHILDS, MARILYN CHOY, CLAIRE 
Oqden, Utah laie, Oahu 




ELLIS, KATHY FAKALATA. ANE 

La Habro, Calif. Tonaa 





BARLOW, DIANE BROWN. MARY SUE BUKARAU. WAQANIVALU 
Bountiful, Utah Kaimuki, Oahu Fiii 




BUFFANDEAU. ANNE CHANG. JUANITA 
Honolulu, Oohu Santa Monica, Calif. 



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COMBS. CAROLEEN CONNABLE. LYNNE 
Sunset Beach Honolulu, Oahu 



FURBEE, JAYNIE GODDARD, JUDY GREGORY. JUDY 
Fremont, Calif. Seattle, Wash. Murray, Utah 




HANSEN, AllYN HAYNER. ROBIN 

Tucson. Arixona Honolulu. Ouhu 




ARR. GLADYS IEE, LEAH 

broIuIu. Oohu Hoolehua. Molokai 




MATSUI JUNE MATUATO SIPUAO 

foiluku, Mali Western Samoa 



ii -* MmmmW 

NIN, MARIE OFA VEA, TUPOU 

New Zealand Tonga 




KING. YVONNE LEONARD, SHERI LINDSEY. LOKELANI 

Laie. Oohu Visolio, Calif, l«»'«< Orti 




PURCELL, IRWINN QUENSELL, WALTER RAST, MICHELE 
Western Samoa Tonga Wahiawa, Oahu 




McKINNON BETHEL MAHI LOUISE 

Australia Wailihi . Mali 




NAEATA MOSESE NATOKO JOSAIA 

Tonga Fill 




ROGERS, GARY SALM, MARY 

Wahiawa, Oahi Magna, Utah 




SHIRIWASTAU, SATISH TAGUCHI. VELMA 
Fiji Honolulu, Oahu 




TAOSOAA, PENILOSA TUIFUA, ULUAMU TUIONE. SIONE 

Western Samoa Tongatapn, Tonga PangiJonqa 




TUHOE. LEILA, VAKALALA, JOSAIA 

Tahiti Tonga 




WEBB, LYNETTE YAMASHITA.SHIGEKO 
Corvallis. Oregon Japan 




Some line up to get in while others run to get out. 







YEH CLAUDIA ZUKERVICH GAIl 

Taiwan, China Schofitld.Onni 



A mystic bond of brotherhood makes all men one. 

Carlyle 



IGMA 
TAU 
SIGMA 

Sigma Tau Sigma is theacade- 
iic honor society at The Church 
ollege of Hawaii. The aim of 
ie society la to honor those 
:udents who while carrying at 
ast 15 hours of credit receive 
3.25 grade point average and 
help other students raise their 
■ades. 

The activities sponsored by 
gma Tau Sigma during the 1963- 
1 school year were: Thursday 
ght help sessions for students 
iving study problems, a steak 
> at Clissold 8 beach, and ush- 
:ing for the David O. McKay 
cture and the play "Julius 




PERMANENT MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: 
Judy Manu, Joel Hansen. BACK ROW: 
John Beck, Don Wescott, Roger Gull. 



Vernon Davies, Beth Westwood, 
Thomas Tyler, Darwin Ochs, 



Millie Teruya 
Vice-president 



John Johnson 
President 

Janice Jones 
Secretary 




PROBATIONARY MEMBERS: John Wheeler, Barbara Pack,Thelma 
Parsons. Mary Ann Wayman, Ruth Orr, Gustave Forsythe. 




FRONT ROW: Susan Stitzer, Erica Feuz , Elaine White, Janet Mack, 
Carolyn Leavitt, Andy Kretchmer. MIDDLE ROW: Jill Mulligan, 
Linda Jackson, Susan MacArthur, Ann Buffandeau, Donna Allred, 
Priscilla Fain. LAST ROW: Advisor - Miss Hyer, Ruth Orr, Janice 
Jones, Beryl Dayes, Jeanine Bechtold, Bonnie Fannin. 

Ka Lani Kai Officers (left to right): Andrea Kretchmer, 
Historian; Lynda Godfrey, President; Linda Jackson, Secretary 
Treasurer; Kandi Malan, Vice President, Lucile Hyer, Advisor, 
Sue Stitzer, Publicity. 




KA LANI KAIS 



The "Ka Lani Kai" of 1963-64 had a very 
successful year. They put on a Christmas 
assembly went on a hike to "Sacred Falls", 
sponsored a movie and carnival dance. The 
club had various money making projects 
such as: a car wash, selling of hats and 
pom poms during the basketball games, 
selling of pop corn-balls and Christmas 
cards. 

The Seasidettes performed during the game 
intermissions, This year proved exciting 
and many lasting friendships were made 
through membership in this club. The 
club advisor was Miss Lucile Hyer. 

James Rathburn's the center of at- 
traction among the Kalani Kais. 





KNE1 UNO: Wilson Ho, James Bassett, Richard Caldito 

PIRS1 ROW: Allison Baxter, Ann Muchemore, Mason Namahoe, Marilyn Childs, Kathy Kllis.Kathryn 
I laine White, Ken "Dynamite" Watanabe, Judy Goddard, Pat Kaikuli, Karen Chun, Mrs. Kana- 
kaole, Gerry Gahan, Virginia Fong 

SECOND ROW: Pualani Kanakaole, Betty Jane Nahale, Kuuipo Silva, Mary Salm, Nancy Afualo, Loretta Ak- 
ina, Harriet Kamakea, Gladys Karr, Dorothy Kahalewai, Nevada Whitford 

IHIKD ROW: Bill Aniu, Wilson Fatafehi, Roy Koenig, Audrey Davenport, Alvin Liu, Nae Aikau, Parley Ka- 
nakaole, Wayne Christian, Margaret Parker-Advisor, Allen Loo 

HAWAIIAN CLUB MEMBERS 



Allei Loo 
president 





Are you sure that CCH burned down??? 



The Hui Alii has made great strides in its activities since 
its organization in the fall of 1962. Its objective, to preserve 
the Hawaiian Culture and to spread the spirit of Aloha to all 
Hawaiians and Hawaiians in heart, has gained in stature and 
prominence within two years through devoted services of its 
members. 



Anything the matter Betty? 





Hele mai ai - Come and eat. 



The faculty members want to get into the act. 




iffpi 




What lovely maidens! 



C T I N 



The boys can't help but laugh at Mel Aki's abdominal 
muscles. 



JL&3fc 





SAMOANA 
CLUB 



FRONT ROW: William Venu, Pa una Ao, Penina Afualo, Sonny Taosoga, Margaret Combs, Tufuga Tui, 
Nancy Ofoia, Joshia To'ia, Judy Goddard. SECOND ROW: Vailaau Atuaia, John Beck, Vatau Galea!, 
Nifo Mauigoa, Eddie Hunkin, William Haleck, Ami Ava, Akusa Aiono, Torise Taosoga. THIRD ROW; 
Eileen Searle, Relva Sonderegger, Lynette Webb, Luse Taposoa, Tala Leiatava, Tui Hunkin, Patoa 
Benioni, Eni Hunkin, Diane Barclay, Gloria Byrd, Hru Tuiono, Nicholas Levy, Joseph Salea, Dr. 
Vest, advisor. 

The Samoana Club, has a very active membership. The purpose of this club is to help Itfl members 
and others who are interested attain an understanding, appreciation, and respect tor Samoa* customs 

^HighS'ing the club activities this year was the annual Taumafataga (feast) which was held la| 

the end of the first semester. The club also had a beach party a, Walmea Bay and a hike to tho 
-Unknown Fall". The club assembly. The Arrival of the LDS Church In Samoa terminated an- 
other eventful club year. jq5 




Aiona Fakalata ponders over a problem. 



N G A N 
CLUB 



cers of the club:Sisi A masio- secretary Sione 
i-president,Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tyler- advi- 
s.Aiona Fakalata-vice president. 





FRONT ROW: Sisi Amasio, Na'ati Talakai, Raouleen Bodnar, Akilisi 
Pahulu, Aiona Fakalata, Suliana Lauhingoa, Sikineti Lavulo. SECOND 
ROW: Lili Sanft, Kakala Kongaika, Janice Jones, Vernon Tyler (Advisor), 
Arlean Tyler, Makeleta Wolfgramm, Mele Langi, Sioana Talakai, THIRD 
ROW: Paul Muti, Tupouniua Mataele, Tevita Ma'ukakala, Moli Ngatuvai, 
Ofisi Pututau, Samuela Nafe, Paul Fonua, Sefo Tonga. FOURTH ROW: 
Sione Keni, Seti Ulu'ave, Tupou Vea, Lamisitoni Wolfgramm, Harry 
Wight, Mosese Naeata, Etika Mausia, Solomone Toki, Maile Tiki, Peter 
Vamanrav. 



The inscription in the Tongan Royal Coat of Arms, 
"God and Tonga are My Inheritance" magnify the spirit 
of the Tongan Club which aims at promoting the "brother- 
hood of men" through sharing the Tongan culture and radi- 
ating the warmth of the Friendly Isles to all with whom 
club members come in contact. The club advisors are 
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tyler. "Ofa atu". 






Left to right: Martha Trueblood,Miss Fae Millerberg, 
Barbara Nielson,Marie Wong,Soana Talakai,Miss Bar- 
bara Christensen,Mary Von Dem Kemp,Naati Talakai, 
Rima Leger.Kakala Kongaika,Sikineti Lavulo 



"Mmm, I think you should 
cut down on the calories," 
Miss Millerburg advises Bon- 
nie Williams. 



Rosie Gahan 
tasty meal. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to professionally improve students 
studying Home Fxonomics, to develop leadership and cooperation by sponsoring 
activities, to encourage scholarship, to get acquainted with the occupations and 
industries related to Home Fxonomics, and to demonstrate the major activities 
of students in the Division of Home Living. 

Under the guidance of Miss Christensen and Miss Millerberg, the members of 
the club had Mrs. Carper teach them how to make fabric roses, and Mr. Wylie 
Swapp showed them how to make Christmas cards. 

The girls enjoyed the display of fruits and Hawaiian handicrafts when they toured 
thu Bishop Museum, in Honolulu. They also visited the Dole Sugar Refinery in 
Honolulu, where they saw how sugar cane was processed. As the farewell BOCial 
"l the school year, the club prepared a Chinese dinner. 



Soana Talakai, Kakala Konjiaika and 
Leger plan a Interesting meal. 




T H E A T R A 





Linda Craig prepares herself while Charlotte 
Smith, Annette Maeda and Joan Wilson wait im- 
patiently for their turns to recite their poems. 



Theatra Club officers and members assemble for initiation. 



Theatra, the newest organized club on campus, is composed 
of Church College of Hawaii drama enthusiasts. 

In its program of work and fun, Theatra attempted to carry 
out its purpose "to promote the appreciation of fine dramatic 
art through creative dramatic activities." The emblem of 
the club is the masks of comedy and tragedy; the club colors 
are royal purple and metallic gold. 

During the year Theatra held initiation for new members, 
co-sponsored the two Oumansky Magic Ring productions' 
presented at Church College of Hawaii, and ushered at and 
helped technically with the three CCH plays. 





WOMEN'S 



CHAMPION VOLLEYBALL TEAM - Katherine 
Bush, Thelma Lindsey, Evan Sugiyama, Violet 
Ai, Nancy Wallace, Lena Figuerres, Agnes 



Kay Johnson and Maile 
Aiona are the Women's 
Badminton champions. 



FRONT ROW: Evan Sugiyama, Vice President; 
Ruth McFarland, Historian; Katherine Bush, Pre- 
sident. BACK ROW: Lucile Hyer, Advisor; 
Harriette Kamakea, Sports Director, Audrette 
Cummings, Secretary-Treasurer. 




INTRAMURAL 



ASSOCIATION 

Meriellen Howell swings while Nanc) Wal- 
lace watches her form. 



The purpose of the Women s Intra- 
mural Association is to promote first 
- sportsmanship, second -association 
with all the girls from different 
nations and third - recreation, as a 
means of expression. 




INTERCOLLEGIATE 
KNIGHTS 



The Kamehameha Chapter of the Inter- 
collegiate Knights is a national honorary 
service fraternity. More commonly known 
as the I.K.'s it has been active in many 
projects this year: Freshmen Initiation, 
lighting of the block "C", and acting as 
tour guides and ushers at many school 
functions. The big project for the year 
was the painting of parking stalls and traffic 
lines on the campus. 

The membership also participated in money 
raising ventures which enabled them to 
secure furniture for their fraternity room 
and to help pay for the other expenses 
incured during the year. 

The membership this year was twenty- 
five. The members logged well over a 
thousand hours in service and work projects 
for the school and the studentbody. 

Once again the IK's selected a Chapter 
Kuuipo from the coeds on campus. After 
the competition was over Anne Buffandeau 
was presented to the studentbody as the 
IK Kuuipo. She was presented at their 
assembly on April 9, 1964. 





Mike Williams 
Alii 



Irwin Eli 
EluaAiri 



James Lee 
Kahuna 






Anne Buffandeau - Chapter Kuuipo 

Dale Hammond ^_ 

Advisor 



Don Webb 
Kahili 





Jack Tu'iasoa 




Fred Black 




George Poliahu 





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1 • 



Hal Gunn 




<*i i 



imes it is safer working hi here by my- 
lan being out with the IK's. 



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Steve Christiansen 



m 




I 

Wilson Ho 



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/ 

Dennis Wong 




Randy Wong 




It's a long walk just to move a lo 
of broken bricks around. 




Mike Cockett 

it: 



David Sahim 



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Sushir Kumar 



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NICHI BUN KAI 

The purpose of this club was to promote an interchange of cultural and educational ideas on Japan 
among the community and the students of the Church College of Hawaii. 

Club activities throughout the school year included Sushi sales, picnics, assemblies and socials. 




FRONT ROW- Lorraine Sato, Judy Okimura, Dee Dee Tai, Amy Akamine, Katsuhiro Kajiyama, Takeshi Miyara, Carol Kanda 
Helene Meyers-Advisor, Melvin Tano SECOND ROW: Barbara Teruya, Magel Nakamori, Heine Peters, Ronald Ige, Ronald 
Muronaga, Rikuo Toma THIRD ROW: Paulette Kajiwara, Akira Yafuso, Jerry Imamoto, Larry Takaki FOURTH ROW. 
Kinbourne Lo, Charlene Young, Janice Darlene Takaki, Shirley Fong, Roy Okubo, Allen Ishihara, Dennis Wong FIFTH 
ROW: Raymond Lum, Stanley Akamine, Kenneth Murota, Larry DOdo, Ronald Kagawa 




Hal Gunn, Stop FLIRTING! 



John Beck don't you argue wi'ch the doctor. 



Oh, did he go that -a-* 



STUDENT 



BODY 



WATCH OUT YOU'RE SPILLING! These boys are trying to do the "Swan" ballet. 



ACTIVITIES 




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The Queen, Aiona Fakalata from 
Tonga, was crowned by Noel McGrevy, 
then the editor of the Na Hoa Pono. 
Miss Fakalata is a Freshman. 



MISS NA HOA PONO Aspirants-. FRONT ROW: Carol 
Kanda, Millie Teruya, Helene Kaneakua, Selena Stehlin. 
MIDDLK ROW: Akilisi Pahulu, Mary Ann Wayman, Gayle 
Hymas, Paulette Kagiwara, Doreen Tano. BACK ROW: 
Lynda Godfrey, Aiona Fakalata, Relva Sonderegger, Glenna 
Whiting, Joan Wilson, Momi Larson, Arlette Hew. 



AIONA IN ACTION! 



MISS 
NA HOA PONO 

Nineteen aspirants entered the Miss Na 
Hoa Pono Contest but only four could be 
chosen. 

November 26, 1963, was a memorable 
Tuesday evening for the four contestants 
that were chosen for the court. 

During the intermission the court con- 
sisting of the Queen and three attendants 
were announced. 

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What are you smiling at.Lynda? 

Lynda Lee Godfrey, a Freshman from 
Preston, Idaho, was the first runner-up 
and v/as escorted by Ronnie Sharp. 





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Glenna Whiting of the Theatra Club 
sang to the delight of the Na Hoa 
Pono panel. 

Prom Flagstaff, Arizona, Glenna Whiting, 
a Sophomore, was the second runner-up. 
Her escort was Earl Buchman. 



Artistry and balance in flower arranging 
is displayed under the hands of Arlette Hew 
representing the Hui Alii Club. 

Freshman Arlette Hew of Honolulu, Oahu, 
was introduced as the third runner-up when 
she was escorted by Allan Loo. 



Aspirants for MISS NA HOA PONO title 



Gayle Hymas 



Millie Teruya 



Relva Sonderegger 



Paulette Kajiwara 




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Preference Ball Court - David Wela, Jack 
Winn, Renae Laird, and Patoa Benioni. 



MOST 



PREFERRED 



MAN 



The Preference Ball was held on March 6, 
1964 in the college gymnasium. 

The women students of the Church College 
of Hawaii selected Jack Winn of Kailua, Oahu, 
as the "Most Preferred Man* for 1964. Winn 
was crowned by Daphne Cummings, the Presi- 
dent of the Associated Women Students. 

Winn was the President of the Associated 
Men Students and is majoring in Physical 
Education. 




PATOA BENIONI 
First Attendant 



STUDENT NATIONAL 

EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 



Patoa Benioni, a native of the 
Cook Islands, was first attendant 
to Jack Winn. Benioni is a Sopho- 
more, with a major in Industrial 
Arts and a minor in Mathematics. 
He is a member of the Samoana 
Club. 



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DAVID WELA 
Second Attendant 

David Wela, a Sophomore from 
Hilo, Hawaii, was chosen by the 
women of CCH as the second 
attendant to the "Most Preferred 
Man". Wela is a Physical Educa- 
tion Major with a minor in Bio- 
logical Science. This Hawaiian, 
Chinese guy finds great pride 
in being a member of the Kanaka 
Angel team, which plays in the 
Men's Intramural. 





FRONT ROW: Violet Ai, Barbara Teruya, Lorraine Sato, 
Charlotte Arakaki. BACK ROW: Calvin Uyeda, Lincoln 
Takenaka, Dennis Wong, Ronald Kagawa, Kingsley Luke. 



Geneva Winu 
Advisor 



Student National Education Association's 
purpose has remained twofold; (1) to elevate 
the character and advance the interests of the 
profession of teaching; and (2) to promote the 
cause of education in the United States. 




HOMECOMING QUEEN AND COURT 



Janet Mack 
1st Attendant 

Janet Mack who hails from 
Ogden,l tah was the first atten- 
dant to the Queen. 





Bonnie Williams 
2nd Attendant 

Bonnie Williams oJ Florida 
was the second attendant to Man- 
ya on the Homecoming Court. 




Many a Christensen 

Manya Christensen from Reno, Nevada 
was selected by the basketball team as Home- 
coming Queen for 1963-1964. Manya is a fresh- 
man majoring in sociology with a minor in 
dramatics. 



FARMER'S DAUGHTER 




Students wait their turn Enjoying 

to get their plate of yourself 

food, Allyn??? 




Vatau Galeai and John 
Beck eating their way 
through the pie eating 
contest. 



proTe\ y e/rf ght B t r oXE!f£ eS * "^ ' Farmer ' s D ^"' «** » 



ULki 





Suzanne Fitzgerald tries to get forty winks on 
ke peppy traveling assembly belts outdaring M ^7 and ^'kmar^sk the r0ad ' between sh ° WS - 
rformance at CCH. «Mr. Sandman" for a dreamboat. 



TRAVELING ASSEMBLY 



PRESENTING THE CCH TRAVELING ASSEMBLY IN ACTION. 



CHORAL ENSEMBLE 



CCH Traveling Choral Ensemble toured Kauai 
during the semester break in January. 

Latin hymns to Carribean calypso were the 
numbers done by the group at Waimea High School, 
Kapaa High School, Coco Palms Hotel and a bene- 
fit show at the LDS Lihue Branch. 

Accompanying the group was the Dean of Instruct- 
ion Dr. Kay J. Andersen, and Mrs. Andersen. 
Naomi Okawa, Studentbody Treasurer, accompanied 
as the Studentbody representative. 




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To set the cause above renown, 
To love the game beyond the prize, 
To honour, while you strike hi m down, 
The foe that comes with fearless eyes: 
To count the life of battle good, 
And dear the land that gave you birth, 
And dearer yet the brotherhood 
That binds the brave of all the earth. 



Newbolt 



3NGLEADERS 




LOIS LANGSTON 



CHEERLEADERS 



An essential part of any school's spirit 
is its corps of pepsters. These girls urged 
reluctant audiences into cheers of encourage- 
ment when basketball games were going 
badly for the Seasiders and, of course, 
sparked the enthusiastic cheers when the 
scores favored the Laie courtsmen. 




BONNIE WILLIAMS 

Head Cheerleader 

MAILE RICHARDS VATAU GALEAI 



MANYA CHRISTENSEN 



JILL MULLIGAN 
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BASKETBALL 



The Church College Seasiders after a slow start built ud steam 



UCE MAY, EMERY SMITH, JAMES RATHBURN 
NICK KAUHI, Coach MAC MADSEN 



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I row: 

WAN PULE, GERALD KAHUE, PHILLIP HEW LEN 

STEVE CLIFFORD, ORLANDO STEVENS 

)w: 

HARD CALDITO, MASON NAMAHOE, 

WILFRED NAVALTA, JOSEPH MACHADO 





NICK KAUHI^fL 



JOSEPH MACHADO + 



MASON NAMAHOE* 



BRUCE MAY* 

"^.^^w RICHARD CALDIT 

PHILLIP HEWLEN^ ^ 

>icwc* uirrv» GERALp KAHU[ ^ 

JAMES RATHBURN* f^ J± 

EMERY SMITH M ^. 4Q 





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BENCH WARMERS 





My mummy said I could play 
with you big boys. 



You mean we aren't playing soccer? 






You're doing fine. Now try a turn.... do you suppose that's really a camera he's pointing at us? I told you I could reach higher.. 
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RUGBY 



JOHN LATU VILIAMI SIKA 

KOLOTI WOLFGRAMM HERMAN WOLFGRAMM 
TORIS FAAPOULI IOSEFA TOIA 

MORTON MUTI SIONE KENI 

NORI RACULE JACK TU'IASOA 



JOSAIA TAKALALA 
TOMASI TAWAKE 
PITA ULUAVE 
HARRY WIGHT 
PAUL FONUA 



BENJAMIN LOMU 
SIONE SIKA 

SAM WOLFGRAMM 
TUIONE PULUTO 

WAQANIVALU BUKARAU 



PENILOSA TAOSOGA 
PAUL MUTI 



NIFO MAUIGO 



MOSESE NAEATA 



WARREN TRUEBLOOD 



ALIPATE FAKALATA MIKE WILLIAMS SAMUELA LANGI 
COACH 



JOHN PHILLIP 

ULUAMU TUIFUA 

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GRASS WARMERS 




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"I wanna hold your hand!" 




This Bee na like 
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jne coconut! 



SOCCER 




TEHINA MOO DAUD SAHIM NICHOLAS LEVY JOSAIA NATOKO 

EMERY SMITH HOATATAU TONGA JOSAIA VAKALALA 



TEKEHU MUNANUI EUGENE WONG OPURA MO'O AMI AVA WAQANIVALU BUKARAU 



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WRESTLING 







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JOHN PHILIP SIONE SIKA JOHN LATU JACK TU'IASOA JOHN KENI MORTON MUTI PATOA BENIONI 
JAMES LEE MINEO HONDA LEM NALEAI KINGSLEY LUKE 



Discouraged by the number of boys who 
turned out for the wrestling squad, Coach 
Kent Staheli built his gladiators in strength 
and ability to beat his adversaries indivi- 
dually as well as a team. 




on Muti demonstrates his 
weight lifting ability. 



John Philip holds down James Lee 
as Coach Staheli grimaces. 




The two Sione's (Sika and Keni) battle for the title... 



Among these wrestlers wore Vea Vehlkite, 
a four year BtSte champion; Johl 
three year state champion; John Philip, a 
one year state champion; and other fine 

wrestlers such as: John Kenl, Slone Sika, 
Patoa Benlonl and Jam* 

ro these men are DM) BS] 'a 

done". 



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MAT WARMERS 



Shall we dance? 




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No w are you going to stop using that greasy kid-stuff??? 



TRACK 




RANDALL JONES 

STAN NATIVADAD 

JACK WINN 



DANIEL LOUGHMILLER • BRUCE MAY • TORISE FAAPOULI • JOE VAKALALA * SEFO VI ■ Cooed STAHELI 
JAMES HIGA * ORLANDO STEVENS * VERNON DAVIS 




The CCH track squad sprinted, leaped, and hurdled 
its way through an eventful season. Long hours of gruel- 
ing practice and almost unlimited talent enabled the team 
to participated in every event which they felt they could 
get points in. 

Among the tracksters were veterans from previous 
years. Jack Winn was a champion 440-yard runner and 
Stan Natividad an outstanding sprinter both in the 100 
and 220 yard dash. Vernon Davis, a fine half miler, 
was unable to compete in the early part of the season. 

The highlight of the track season was a trip to Maui 
to compete against the state top finalists. 



CCH trackster Orlando Stevens, left, follows Bruce May over 
the low hurdles. 



With the exertion lifting him from 
the ground, Sifo Vi practices putting 
:he steel shot. 





For heaven's sake, don't trip this time! 




On your mark., 











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INTRAMURALS 



This year's intramurals program under the direction of coaches 
Mac Madsen and Kent Staheli has been a successful one. This program 
was for the benefit of boys with interest in sports but who did not 
have enough time to participate in varsity competition. Intramurals 
included football, basketball, wrestling, swimming, baseball, track, 
volley ball, and handball. 

Our thanks to coaches Madsen and Staheli for a job well done. 



Le fly kites. I fly MUO 




To pray together, in whatever 
tongue or ritual, is the most 
hope and tender brotherhood of 
sympathy that men can contract 
in this life. 



De Stael 






CHURCH COLLEGE of HAWAII 




FIRST WARD BISHOPRIC 



Georgi greets revita. The first ward Bishopric consist of 
Moll Ngatuvai, second counselor; Bishop Nephi Georgi, Ward Bishop; 
Bobb) Chang, assistant ward clerk; Allen Barcarse, first counselor; 
Wayne McGrevy, assistant ward clerk; and Tevita Kaili. ward clerk. 

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Nephi Georgi serves as Bishop of the First Ward. His 
counselors are Allen Barcarse and Moli Ngatuvai. The 
Bishopric helps the students with personal problems, school 
troubles and gives spiritual guidance. They organize the 
ward so all the auxiliaries run smoothly. The bishopric 
calls the officers to serve in the organizations of the ward. 
Allen Barcarse is the advisor to the Sunday School. Moli 
Ngatuvai is the advisor to the Mutual Association. Bishop 
Nephi Georgi is the president of the Priest Quorum and 
advisor to the Relief Society. 

There are approximately two hundred members in the 
First Ward. The First Ward consists of the second floor 
of Men's and Women's Dorm I, and the whole of Men's 
and Women's Dorm II. The First Ward meets Sunday 
morning at nine-thirty for Sunday School and at five o'clock 
for Sacrament Meeting. 



CHURCH COLLEGE of HAWAII 
SECOND WARD 
BISHOPRIC 





Roger Gull. second counselor ; David Walch, first counselor; Bishop Wayne 
Allison, Ward Bishop; Richard Waite, ward clerk. 



Wayne Allison is the Bishop of the new church College ol Hawaii Second Ward. 
Brother Walch and Brother Haggen wore his counselors firsi Bemeater. When Brother 
Haggen was called to another position, Roger Gull was called to the position 
counselor. Bishop Allison is the president ol the Trust Quorum and advit 
Relief Society. Brother Walch La advisor to the Sund.n School and Roger Gull 
to the Mutual Improvement Association. 

The Second Ward was formed this school year in October. It com 
floor of Men's and Women's Dorm i, and the whole ol Men's and W< 
It meets Sunday morning at ten-thirty for Sunday School and seven 

mem Meeting. 




The hirst ward Sunday School Superintendency consists 
of Stan Cur now, Superintendent; William Sika, first assist- 
ant; Rodney Johnson, second assistant (not pictured); 
Kandi Malan, secretary, with Allan Barcarse, Advisor. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL 



The purpose of the Sunday School is to teach members 
gospel principles and encourage them to put them into 
practice. The Sunday School Superintendency' s job is to 
arrange for classrooms and teachers, keep records and 
conduct the meetings. 




The Second Ward Superindency consists of John Beck, second 
assistant; Larry Neilson, superintendent; and Joe Salea , 
first assistant. Missing from the picture is Daphne Cum- 
mings, secretary. 



RELIEF SOCIETY 



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The Second Ward Relief Soceity Presidency consists 



of Sharol Lum, secretary/treasurer; Harata Pere, 
first counselor; Kav Amaru, President; and Eileen 
Gull, second counselor. 

The Second Ward Relief Society sponsored a Baby 
Shower for Bishop Allison's wife, and a small social 
for the sisters at the beginning of the second semester. 
The Relief Society sisters sang at the Christmas and 
Ward Conference. During the Ward Conference the 
Relul Society has a program with the Slake ( >i : 
in attendance. 




The First Ward Presidency consists of A k 1 1 1 .- . 
retary/treasurer; Victoria Kealohi, first counselor; Marilyn D 
president; and Aiona Fakalata, second counselor. 

In the First Ward, Marilyn Davics served as President of the 
Relief Society. Toyoko Ba reuse was tirst counselor until 
when Victoria Kealohi took her place.Aiona Fakalata was ttu 
counselor. 

The First Ward Relict Societ) sponsored a Fireside Witt) tit* 

Quorum. The) had a COOkif sale and with the profits Iron) that 

thev had .1 party, rhey put on a prog] new Me eti ng. 

rheil chorus sane at (.iuistmas and tor their proci I 
with the Second \\ a i \l Relict SOCiet) the) served ictn.>l 

the Blond Drive. 




YMMIA Officers included (standing left to right): Larry 
Figueira, 2nd Ward Secretary; John Wheeler, Superintendent; 
Bob I dwards, 1st Ward Secretary; (seated) Joe Kaleikini, 
2nd Counselor, Raymond Sasaki, 1st Counselor. 



YOUNG MEN'S MUTUAL 



IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION 



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Looking for glass balls th< 




Four YMMIA teachers were: Phillip Hew Len, Perry 
White, Vernon Davies, and Bill Fruean. 




YOUNG WOMEN'S 

MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT 
ASSOCIATION 



The officers and teachers of the YWMIA consist of; FRONT ROW: Janice 
Jones, Ruth Orr, Bette Danao, and Norene Mills. SECOND ROW: Glenna Whiting, 
Barbara Neilson, Allison Baxter. THIRD ROW: Donna Pack, Jenni Paul, Nevada 
Whitford, Luana Holokai, Joan Wilson and Janet Mack. 



Jan Rogers was president of the YWMIA first semester. Carolyn Pierce and 
Jennifer Paul assisted her. At second semester, Donna Pack was made president 
with Charlotte Smith and Jennifer Paul as counselors. A Merry-go-round Square 
Dance was the opening social for the MIA. They sponsored Sing-a-longs, Fire- 
sides, our Green. and Gold Ball, MM and Gleaner Week with the Stake, the Music 
Festival, drama activities and athletic teams. 



The Chief and her right-hand man. 





fylie Swapp Davi(1 Sa h, m John Nui Opuro Mo'o 

Judy Smith Mary Pere Katie Sadler Takeku Mananui 

ay Jepson Mahana Moo Na'ati Talakai Sandra Okumukini Louise Palmer 



STAKE MISSIONARIES 



Campus Stake Missionaries are students 

called by the Stake Mission President to 
spread the gospel to non-raemb 

campus. Ihey serve tor two years. 



Stake missionaries missing from the picture 
include: Roy Brown, Beryl Dayes, Gustave 
Forsythe, Irene Holmes, John Johnson, 
Hartwell Kaneakoa, Linda Terry, and 
Tomasi Tukuafu. 



Counselor to the Mission Presidency Wylie 
Swapp and District Supervisor David Sahim 
discuss missionary work on campus. 





The Catholic Church, Kahuku 





The Methodist Church, Kahuku. 



The Episcopal Church, Kahuku. 



OTHER DENOMINATIONS 



Other churches which CCH students ol different denominations attend- 
ed were: Baptist, Buddhist, Catholic, Christian, christian S< 
Church of Kngland, Community, Congregationallst, Eplscopalia 
Orthodox, Hongwangi, Jehovah Witness, Jewish, Lutheran, v 

Presbyterian, Protestant, Shinto. 

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Saturday, October 12, 1963, the Polynesian Cultural Center was dedicated. 



DEDICATION 
of the 



POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTER 



Hugh B. Brown of the First Presidency gives 
the dedicatory address. 




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Opening night at the Polynesian Cultural Center. 



Tina Te'o was the victim of this not-too-serious 
motor scooter accident. 



All together now--l, 2, 3. 






Hawaii means days in the sun for 
Manya and friend. 



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Graduation Day - M.R.S. degree obtained. 









What's Marilyn got that I don't ? 
United Nations vim- 



MR. NA HOA PONO, alias Ralph Harney 




INDEX 

Adams, Sandra 

Atualo, Penina 63 

Afualo, Slant 85 

Ah Hee, Evangeline . 

Ah Quln, Joseph 46 

Ah Sing, Leila 78 

Ai, Violet 46 

Aina, Ma lie 85 

Aiona, Vida 63 

Akamine, Amy 85 

Akana, Nani Ann 63 

Aki, Mel 46 

Akina, Loretta 63 

Akiyama, Irene 63 

Alaiamua, Moetoto ... 63 

Aldndge, Carol 78 

Allison, Ronald 78 

Allred, Donna 63 

Allred, Kris 91 

Asula, Samuela 63 

Amaru, Kay 46 

Amasio, Sisi 85 

Amona, Roselyn .... 85 

Andrus, Lisa 85 

Angel, Id 47 

Amu, William 63 

Arakaki, Charlotte ... 47 

Arakaki, May 81 

Arakaki, Vernelle ... 78 

Asao, Howard 63 

Atono, Aukuso 63 

Atuaia, Vailaau 63 

Au, Judy 63 

1 olafolaga 63 

Baker, Antoinette 78 

Ball, Steven 63 

Bamhridge, Lisa 63 

Barclay, Barbara 81 

Barlow, Diane 91 

Barrett, Rae Dene .... 78 

Basker, Peter 64 

Bassett , James tA 

Basso, Charles 64 

158 



Bechert, Wayne 64 

Bechert, Juliana 78 

Heck, John 47 

Begonia, Patricia 64 

Benioni, Patoa 64 

Black, Fred 78 

Boe, Barbara 64 

Bourlin, Peter 64 

Brower, Charles 78 

Brown, Mary Agnes ... 78 
Brown, Mary Sue .... 91 

Brown, Roy 85 

Burke, Lucy 58 

Buffandeau, Anne .... 91 
Bukarau, Waqanivalu . . 91 
Byrd, Gloria 64 

Calilao, Nester 78 

Calles, David 64 

Calles, Emerald 64 

Cardon, Peggy 78 

Chagami, Arlene 78 

Chan, Angela 64 

Chan, Wah Kin .64 

Chandler, Jane 47 

Chang, Daphne 78 

Chang, Eric 78 

Chang, Juanita 91 

Chang, June 78 

Chapman, Rosanne ... 78 
Chikazaua, Dennis . ... 85 

Childs, Marilyn 91 

Ching, Drena 64 

Ching, George 64 

Choy, Claire 91 

Christensen, Manya ... 64 

Christian, Wayne 64 

Chun, Eric 64 

Chun, Karen 79 

Chung, Diana 65 

Clever, Nancy 79 

Clonts, Robert 65 

Cloutier, Robert 85 

Coburn, Linda 79 

Cockett, Mike 88 

Colby, Carolyn 65 



Combs, Caroldeen <-)\ 

Connable, Lynne 91 

Cook Zj na ' ." .' 79 

, Margaret .."!.' 79 

Craig, Diana 55 

Craig, Linda 79 

C rooks, Glen 55 

Cuizon, Carmen 85 

Davie, Marillyn 79 

Davis, Sandra 65 

Dayes, Beryl 79 

Deia Cruz, Paulette ... 65 

Delany, Maxeen 85 

Devereaux, Neil 65 

Devereaux, Paul 65 

Dietrich, Robert 65 

Dodo, Larry 79 

Draayer, Linda 79 

Dumaquin, James 65 

Edwards, Robert 65 

111, Irwin 48 

Ellis, Kathy 91 

! His, Mike 65 

Enlow, Terry 65 

Enos, Dwayne 65 

Fa'apouli, Torise .... 65 

Fain, Priscilla 65 

Fakalata, Aiona 65 

Fakalata, Anne 91 

Fannin, Bonnie 66 

Fatafehi, Wilson 66 

Fernadez, Lorraine ... 66 

Feuz, Erica 79 

Figueira, Lawrence ... 66 

Figuerres, Leola 66 

Fisher, Cynthia 66 

Fonua, Paul 79 

Forsythe, Gustave . ... 48 

Freitas, Harry 66 

Furbee, Jaynie 91 

Furuto, David 66 

Fuyumura, Karen .... 66 

Galeai, Vatau 85 



Genzer, James 66 

Gibson, Klaus Peter ... 66 

Gitlin, Robert 66 

Goddard, Judy 91 

Godfrey, Linda 66 

Goo, Lynda 79 

Goo, Wanda 66 

Gowans, Margaret . ... 85 

Goya, I laine 66 

Greig, Josephine 48 

Gregory, Judy 91 

Guerrero, Marvin .... 85 

Gull, Roger 49 

Gunn, Harold 66 

Haitsuka, Calvin 66 

Haleck, William ..... 67 
Hallstrom, James . ... 67 

Hansen, Allyn 91 

Hansen, Joel 79 

Hansen, Robert 85 

Hardy, Joan 67 

Harker, Zoe Ann 67 

Ha/ner, Robin 91 

Heirahuji, Charles .... 67 
Hemaloio, Viliami . ... 49 

Hew, Arlette 67 

Higuchi, Nora 85 

Hirata, Ronald 67 

Ho, Wilson 85 

Hollingsworth, Sally ... 67 

Ho'.olcai, Luana 4-} 

Hope, Susan 67 

Howard, Mamo 79 

Howard, Martin 53 

Howell, Merriellen .... 79 

Huddy, David 86 

Hunk in, I'd ward .... 67 

Hunkin, Tui 67 

H urrell, John 79 

Ichijo, Kiyoko 67 

Ieli, Tiva 67 

Imamoto, Jerry 67 

Imazu, Judith 79 

Ing, Betty Ann 50 

Ingram, Irvin 79 




Ito, Jane . 86 

Tri Jackson, Linda .67 

I Jarman, Rosemary ... 86 
Jepson, Gay . . ...... 86 

Jepsen, Lee . .67 

Jessop, Doughlas ..... 80 

Johnson, John . ...... 50 

Johnson, Kay ........ 50 

Jones, Christine .80 

Jones, Janice ........ 86 

Jones, Pamela ....... 67 

Jones, Randall ....... 67 

Justus, Charlene . .... 68 

Kaanehe, Odetta ...... 68 

Kaili, David 86 

Kajiyama, Katsuhiro ... 80 
Kala, Elsie ......... 80 

Kalama, Frank , 50 

Kaluhiokalani, Norman . . 68 
Kam, William ........ 68 

Kamana, Agnes ....... 68 

Kanahele, Thomas ..... 68 

Kanakaole, Parley ..... 68 

Kane, Verna .68 

Kaneakua, Helen ...... 51 

Kanemoto, Mary Ann ... 68 
Karr, Gladys ........ 92 

Kau, Diane . 68 

Kaupu, Robert ....... 68 

Kawaauhau, Linda . . . . 68 

Keakealani, Shirley ... 68 
Kealamakia, Thomas ... 68 
Kealohi, Victoria ..... 86 

Kekuawa, Paulette . ... 68 

Kelsey, David 68 

| Kepoo, LaVerne 86 

Kiana, Hansen 68 

Kiaha, Henry 68 

Kiilau, Pearl 51 

King, Yvonne 92 

Kinikini, Dan 69 

Koenig, Roy 69 

Komatsu, Fern 69 

Kongaika, Kakala 69 

Kretchraer, Andrea .... 69 



Kualaau, Ezra 69 

Kualaau, Haunani 51 

Kubo, Mike 86 

Kumar, Shishir . ..... 80 

Kuoha, Cherlyn 80 

Kuoha, Helen 51 

Lagadon, Lucia 69 

Lamb, Thomas 69 

Latu, John 52 

Lavatai, LeRoy 69 

Lavulo, Sikineti 69 

Lawrence, Pamela .... 69 

Leavitt, Carolyn 69 

Lee, Brenda 69 

Lee, Currie , .80 

Lee, James 86 

Lee, Kathryn 80 

Lee, Leah 92 

Lee, John 69 

Lee, Vincent 69 

Lee, Wanda 69 

Leiataua, Tala 69 

Leonard, Sheri 92 

Leong, Sidney 86 

Leslie, Eugene 69 

Liberty, Karen 80 

Likes, Jana 70 

Lincoln, Alberta 80 

Lindsey, Lokelani .... 92 

Liu, Alvin 86 

Liufuu, Alufi Hunkia ... 70 

Lo, Kinbourne 80 

Lomu, Benjamin 70 

Loo, Allan 86 

Loughmiller, Daniel ... 70 

Luke, Kingsley 52 

Lum, Raymond 86 

Lum, Stanley 80 

MacArthur, Susan 70 Naemmau, Ruth . . . 

McGee, Renee 80 Naeta, Mosese 92 

McGregor, Daniel 70 Nakaaone, R* S 

McGrevy, Noel 87 Nakata, Katnerine . 

McGrevy, Wayne 87 NaluaJ Bonnie M 

McKlnlay, Heather ...70 Namahoe, Mason . 
McKinnon, Bethel 92 Natividad, Stan .... 



Maeda, Annette 86 

Maeshiro, Lydia 70 

Mahi, Louise 92 

Malan, Kandi 80 

Malan, Mike 70 

Malohifo'ou, Lakalaka ... 52 
Manki, Carol ......... 70 

Manu, Judy 53 

Manu, Nesa . , 86 

Manuia, Lily 86 

Manulelewa, Sale 70 

Manuro, Petala 70 

Marcos, Joseph 80 

Mataele, Tupouniua .... 70 

Mateaki, Sala 86 

Matheny, Melodie 87 

Matsuda, Allen 87 

Matsui, June 92 

Matsuoka, George 70 

Matthes, Rudy 80 

Matuauto, Sipuao 92 

Mauigoa, Nifo 70 

Mausia, Etika 87 

May, Bruce 70 

Mecham, Brenda 80 

Miguel, Josefina 58 

Milar, Betty 70 

Miles, Ron 70 

Mills, Norene 71 

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Mizuta, Robin 87 

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Moo, Tehina 

Muchmore, Ann SI 

Munanui, Tekeku 71 

Muramoto, Marsha .... 71 
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Natoko, Josaia 92 

Nepe, Marseilles 54 

Ngai, LeRoy 71 

Ngatuvai, Moli 54 

Niau, Wilma 71 

Niday, Gilbert 71 

Nielsen, Pamela 71 

Nielson, Karen 71 

Niko, Winnie ~i 

N'in, Marie 

Nishida, Lloyd 71 

Nishiyama, Melvin . ... "1 

Niu, John 

Niutupu'ivahu, Tiki .... "1 
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Pule, Norman 

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Rast, Michele 92 

Redd, Merlene 

Reeve, Kathleen 73 

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Richards, Moana 55 

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Roberts, Christine . . . . SS 

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Rothey, Lon si 

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Sahim, David 88 

Sakuma, Dennis 88 

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Salbacka, Phylia 88 

Salea, [OSefa 88 

Salm, Mary 

Sanft, Matangi 88 

Sasaki, Raymond 88 

Schutt, Barbara 73 

Scott, James 81 

Seort, Karolaina ....... 7 

Seiji, Judy 81 

Sequeira, LeVan 73 

Sethman, Gaile 73 

Sharp, Ronnie 73 

Sheldon, Richard 55 

Shepard, Thomas 81 

Shibuya, Carol 5" 

Shimizu, Garv 73 

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Stanley, Mike 88 

Stanlej , Paul 73 

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Steven, Clifford ... 
Stevens, Nora Lee .... 82 
Stoddard, Richard .... 74 

Strozewski, Sue 8 J 

Stuart, Janet 74 

Suafilo, Paul 88 

Swickard, Laura 74 

Sybrowsky, Paul 74 

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rai, Doreen 82 

rai, Dorothea 88 

Iakahashi, Dennis . ... 74 

Iakaki, Janice 74 

Talakai, Soana 55 

Tam, Alan 74 

Tarn, Nellannette 74 

Tamura, Thelma 82 

Tano, Doreen 82 

Taosoaa, Penilosa . ... 93 
Tapusoa, Luse ....... 82 

itea, Thereae .... "4 

I'erry, Linda 82 

reruya, Barbara B9 

reruya, Mildred 89 

Toia, Joseph 74 

I red 74 

roki, Solomon ....... 74 

lom, Ronna .74 

Toma, Rikua . 81 

romita, Frances 74 

Tong, Norman 89 

Tonga, Hoatatau 74 

Tonga, Leslie . 89 

Topolinski, John 74 

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rukuafu, romasi 89 

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Uwi, Harriet 75 

i re, Pat 89 

Vaioleti, Alani . 75 

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Vasconcellos, Sue Ann . . 82 
Venu, William ....... 75 

Vimahi, John ........ 89 

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Waagen, Jerry ....... 83 

Wardell, Margaret .... 75 

Wayman, Mary ....... 83 

Webb, Don 56 

Webb, Lynette ....... 93 

Westwood, Russell .... 83 

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white, Elaine 75 

White, Perry ........ 75 

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Whitford, Nevada ..... 89 

Whiting, Glenna ...... 83 

Wight, Harry ........ 75 

Williams, Bonnie ..... 75 

Williams, Ld ........ 83 

Williams, Mike 89 

Wilson, George 75 

Wilson, Joan 89 

Winn, Jack 89 

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